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The five best new food products for September

From hot chilli sauces to decadent chocolate mousses, we round up the best products to hit the shelves this month

Dairy-free, gluten-free, these snacks are ‘paleo’ too so you can feed them to your pet dinosaur
Dairy-free, gluten-free, these snacks are ‘paleo’ too so you can feed them to your pet dinosaur

GU mousse fusions, Tesco.com, £1.80

We’re not sure if the puddings coming in a pack of two is a blessing or a problem as they’re so moreish. Silky creaminess is mixed with light and airy mousse on top. Our favourite is the chocolate and toffee. There’s also a mango and passion fruit and strawberry compote. Luckily they’re small, so you won’t feel bad if you do eat both.

Mirabeau en Provence La Folie NV Rosé 75cl, Waitrose.com, £13

When it comes to rosé, the paler, the better. Marabeau is the talk of the moment, made by south Londoners now based in southern France’s Provence. The light sparkling edition has hints of strawberry, raspberry and blackcurrant and is an elegant and lightly refreshing drink with fish. We’re hoping for an Indian summer so it’s still OK to sip this.

Zing sauces, Worldofzing.com, £4.50

With five new flavours London-based brand World of Zing is all about innovative. Refreshers like apple-and-cucumber and pineapple are made with rare chilli varieties. A must for lovers of hot. The sauces have a real intensity but can still be used in everyday cooking.

Innate snacks 30g, Evolutionorganics.co.uk, £1.85

Healthy snacking has never looked so good and these snacks lived up to the great branding. Check out these bite-sized squares of crunchy goodness made from vegetables, coconut, almonds and spices. They come in three flavours: beetroot, butternut and spinach-and-coconut.

Aged balsamic vinegar, Aldi.co.uk, £5

From the supermarket chain’s own speciality range, the balsamic vinegar is Italy just like mama used to, well, sprinkle on her salads. It’s matured in wooden barrels for three years to give it the rich flavour and perfect for dressings and marinades.

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